You deliver the baby, we'll deliver the breast pump
We’ll even deliver it right to your door. With a new baby, or one on the way, you’ve got a lot going on. We’re here to make it easier for you. Because every little bit helps.
Here's how it works
Explore your breast pump options
Easily compare pump features to find the one that’s right for you. Many are available at no cost and can be delivered right to your door. Choose from a large selection of brands*, including:
*You can obtain other brands from contracted Durable Medical Equipment (DME) providers within the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts network. Call Member Service at the number located on the back of your member ID card to explore your options.
Breast Pump FAQ
Massachusetts residents can choose pumps from a variety of brands* pumps such Ardo, Ameda, Freemie™", Lansinoh®", Medela, Spectra, Unimom, Willow, and others offered by contracted DME providers. Find the one you prefer and we’ll cover the cost.
*You can obtain these and other brands from contracted DME providers within the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts network. Call Member Services at the number located on the back of your member ID card to explore your options.
You can order a breast pump from any participating provider in your state’s Blue Cross Blue Shield plan. To find a provider, go to Find a Doctor and search "durable medical equipment" in your zip code.
Additional costs will only be incurred if an upgraded pump is chosen.
Mom, We've Got You Covered.
For help finding a provider, call Member Service at the number on the front of your ID card.
Members who live in Massachusetts can also get a breast pump from any DME provider that has a contract with us. You can visit Find a Doctor to find a durable medical equipment (DME) provider near you that carries breast pumps. Click on Medical Facility, select the Specialty tab, and choose DME-Breast Pumps from the drop-down menu. Enter your address and then choose your plan network.
As a Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts member, your coverage may include the rental or purchase of a manual or dual electric breast pump for each birth without paying co-insurance or a deductible. We cover a breast pump from a participating DME provider with a prescription from your clinician. We don't cover hospital-grade breast pumps.